Cape Cod Academy Announces New Personalized Tuition Program Cape Cod Academy is Now Affordable for All
Cape Cod Academy Announces New Personalized Tuition Program
Cape Cod Academy is Now Affordable for All
Cape Cod Academy (CCA), an independent, co-educational, college preparatory school serving students from kindergarten to grade 12 on Cape Cod, is pleased to announce its new Personalized Tuition Program. It is an income- and resources-based method of determining a personalized tuition for each family, designed to ensure access to CCA.
Recognizing economic diversity enriches the educational opportunity for all families and is critical to the health of the school, CCA is pleased to launch this new program effective immediately. The Personalized Tuition Program opens the doors to families from a wide range of economic backgrounds that may have been reluctant to apply to the school because of cost. This program considers a family’s income and expenses and determines tuition based on a percentage calculation. Tuition for the 2019-2020 school year will be determined on a sliding scale ranging from $4,900-$32,000 for the year. An additional sibling discount will be made available to families with multiple children.
“This new initiative is two-fold,” said Jeff Thompson, CCA’s Director of Admission and Advancement. “It is intended to address challenges faced by families who seek a superior education yet lack the financial resources. It also enriches the experience of every student attending CCA by providing a diverse learning environment inside and outside the classroom, where students can embrace and celebrate their differences.”
“Diversity opens up opportunities for all of us,” said Chad Small, Interim Head of School. “It is a pillar of the school and reflected in our current enrollment, including our population of students from China. The school’s goal is to be affordable to all admitted students, regardless of their economic background. We believe this new initiative is a great way to give even more families access to the best educational experience for college-bound students on Cape Cod.”
Founded in 1976, CCA is located on a 46-acre campus that features outdoor classrooms, multiple athletic fields, two gymnasiums, tennis courts, state-of-the art science labs, music pavilions, multiple art studios, photo labs, outdoor pool, and a black box theatre. Our challenging and dynamic college preparatory program is enriched by opportunities in the arts, athletics, and community service. CCA has a vibrant population of international students who bring a cross-cultural perspective and added engagement to our domestic students, widening their awareness of different values and beliefs and improving social skills.
Families interested in learning more about the Personalized Tuition Program can visit and apply on the website: www.capecodacademy.org. For more information, please contact CCA’s Admission Department at email@example.com or 508-428-5400.
Cape Cod Academy (CCA) is one of the only independent, co-educational, college preparatory schools serving students from kindergarten to grade 12 on Cape Cod. Founded in 1976, the school is located on an expansive 46-acre campus that features outdoor classrooms, multiple athletic fields, two gymnasiums, outdoor pool, state-of-the art science labs, and a black box theatre. Our mission is to instill a love of learning in students as they pursue academic excellence and develop life skills in a safe, values-centered community. For more information, visit www.capecodacademy.org.
Preeminent Experts to Present: What Parents Need to Know About Dyslexia and Language-Based Learning Differences
Preeminent Experts to Present: What Parents Need to Know about Dyslexia and Language-based Learning Differences
All parents and guardians are invited to attend Comprehending the Challenge and Potential of Children with Dyslexia and Language-based Learning Differences, a discussion led by two preeminent experts in the field of language-based learning differences.
This special presentation will be held on Monday, June 3rd at 5:30 p.m. at Cape Cod Academy (CCA).
Guest speakers, Jon Green and Jeanette Epstein of The Hamilton School at Wheeler in Providence, Rhode Island, helped to create a successful school within a school for children with learning differences. Jon and Jeanette have begun an exciting outreach initiative to help school communities better understand learning differences.
Roughly 20% of the people in the US have some kind of learning difference. Dyslexia is the most common language-based learning difference diagnosed in children, and it rarely occurs in isolation. Jon and Jeanette will share insight and answer parents’ questions about children with language-based learning differences. They will provide tools to empower parents and share information and educational strategies. They will review the 12 things parents need to know about dyslexia and learning differences.
Jonathan Green has been Director of The Hamilton School at Wheeler for the past 27 years and has been a board member of the International Dyslexia Association (IDA) for six years. Jeanette Epstein has been Director of Admissions at Wheeler School for the past 32 years and the Brown/Wheeler elementary MAT Program. The Hamilton School at Wheeler is an innovative school-within-a-school for 80 students in grades one through eight who have diagnosed language-based learning disabilities.
What: Comprehending the Challenge and Potential of Children with Dyslexia and Language-based Learning Differences (A Talk for Parents)
Who: Jon Green and Jeanette Epstein of The Hamilton School at Wheeler, an innovative school within a school for children with dyslexia and language-based learning differences.
Where: Cape Cod Academy, 50 Osterville-W. Barnstable Road, Osterville, MA 02655 Tel: 508.428.5400
When: Monday, June 3rd at 5:30 p.m.
How: Free and open to the public.
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